Boasting years of horticulture scholarship and experience, certified florist Jennifer Cummins Linehan captains a team of talented designers as they assemble fresh blossoms into a variety of occasional bouquets. Their vibrant floral arrangements beam out upon weddings, funerals, and beekeeper singles mixers, and their custom bouquets express congratulatory, romantic, or sympathetic tidings. The staff draws from a diverse inventory of local and exotic buds, working in styles ranging from traditional to modern. In addition to flowers, the shop arms gift givers with potted plants and gourmet fruit baskets.
Family patriarch Nordy Rockler opened the doors of his first store in 1954 to supply his fellow craftsmen with knowledge, friendly advice, and a large selection of tools for at-home woodworking projects. Now, the chain of retail outlets brims with more than 20,000 tools and specialized woodworking equipment. Next to a steely rainbow of hinges, casters, and screws, a supply of lumber and exotic hardwoods provides planks for building tree houses or just leaving around as a warning to uncooperative trees. The tenor buzz of power tools operated by newly knowledgeable guests drifts from educational sessions on operating equipment and woodworking.
The knowledgeable staff at Toledo Indoor Garden arms green thumbs with the tools for planting, growing, and harvesting indoor gardens. Through hydroponics practices, experienced and novice growers alike can cultivate indoor gardens of fresh herbs, vegetables, fruits, and plants with limited soil, natural sunlight, or bee pickup lines. Staff members help growers to get their garden going, dispensing tips and advice and directing them to shelves crammed with hydroponics supplies such as fertilizers, soils, indoor-plant lamps, and aqua pumps.
Habitec Security's experienced installation technicians, each averaging over 15 years with Habitec, will professionally and efficiently install security systems including the control panel and keypad, three door/window contacts, one motion detector, one keychain on/off remote, one low temperature monitor, and yard signs and stickers for any business or home, including condos and multi-unit buildings. All monitoring is done in a locally owned state-of-the-art central station that handles all alarm signals in a timely manner. Security service requires a monthly fee of $29.95 (discounted from $32.95) as well as a three-year agreement pending credit approval.
The foliage fanatics at Myrtle Flowers & Gifts deliver a large selection of hand-arranged fresh flowers, gourmet chocolates, and collectibles. Garland gurus assemble fragrant bouquets such as the Make a Wish bouquet ($29.95), a clear ginger vase overflowing with yellow daisy chrysanthemums, purple asters, hot-pink and orange carnations, and energizing mountain air. Congratulate a coworker on overcoming her anthrophobia with the Daisy Daydreams bouquet, combining lavender daisys and chrysanthemums in a bamboo basket ($29.99), or translate flowery intentions into sweetly scented sentiments with Teleflora's Sweet Thoughts, red roses and purple waxflower accented with variegated pittosporum and bear grass in a Teleflora red glass cube ($29.95).
Frame's Pest Control is a 3rd generation family owned and operated business that was founded in 1972 by Shorty & Mary Ellen Frame. We service over 20 communities in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan with customized pest management systems.
For almost 60 years, family-owned Black Diamond, Inc. has plucked a bouquet of well-versed horticulturists to grow and tend its vast glassed-in fields of flowers, vegetables, trees, and shrubs. Having known many of Black Diamond, Inc.’s plants since their tender, botanic infancy, its greenery gurus pride themselves on being able to go beyond cursory recommendations to in-depth discussions of plants and how each interacts with fertilizers, soil, insecticides, and their ilk. Take home the recurrent colors of perennial flowers ($2.99–$11.99) such as the bloomerang—a repeat-blooming lilac that makes for better lawn fixtures than repeat-capsizing lilacs—or other low-maintenance, color-exuding favorites such as the knockout shrub rose or endless summer hydrangea. Annuals ($1.19–$29.99) provide summer-long flowerage with such pedal-wielders as the rocket mix snapdragon or shade-loving impatiens in accent watermelon. Vegetables ($0.89–$11.99) fill hunger voids and double as props during choreographed food fights in the form of roma tomatoes or black beauty eggplants, and shrubs ($9.99–$79.99) and a huge inventory of trees ($69.99–$299.99) serve up too-large-for-serving-platters of shade and yard ornamentation.